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Joining us right now is the vice president of global design for General Motors mr.
Ed well -- you've been part of the GM design team for decades at this point.
We're in front of one of the new offerings from Cadillac -- CTS sport wagon but it's the future that I wanna talk about what you.
And you've talked about the ship -- this electric car also gasoline engine.
That really the GM -- putting a great deal on this car -- in -- market in 2010 will that be the power -- of the future for all GM products.
Well I'll say is for all GM products because you know I -- more than one answer to -- -- economies.
Certainly the volt is a huge player.
And we're continuing to learn -- generation.
To generation of -- will really be able to expand that technology to other vehicles.
As we can do the discussion at the skateboard and that fuel cell technology the volt that power plant really is the foundation for where GM goes.
-- it's a foundation for.
A lot of our cars now we will still have hybrid vehicles and diesel vehicles and really.
Manage our internal combustion engines in -- way that we have been in the past -- really know the vehicle inside and I mean not I think of the technology behind the vehicle.
As a designer it inspires me.
For me I think that.
The most important thing that I can do my team can do it's improved fuel economy -- -- vehicle.
Is -- really managed the size of the vehicle.
To bring more creativity.
Inspiration and I think excitement to smaller vehicles.
And the really focus on the aerodynamics of the vehicle as well volt is right.
At the center of the trends I mean.
The technology no number one.
But the design that is very efficient is not only efficient from their perspective is very good track but it has -- book.
That is very efficient and as a very special look -- it's just such a -- -- the creative team.
Engineers and designers working on the -- that.
-- hard to even imagine how far that they will go over that vehicle in the future.
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